Eating for diverticulitis and inflammatory bowel disease

Diverticulitis and inflammatory bowel disease are two distinct and separate conditions that affect the intestines of individuals. In the case of diverticulitis many physicians believe it can be result of a low fibre diet over a long period of time. Diverticula are small abnormal pouches that line the intestines and later become inflamed or infected,…

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What Makes Us Tick?

Transcript 0:08 Clinical psychology is continually revealing more and more about human emotions, human behaviour, human thinking patterns. And this research is making very real and important differences in our everyday lives. It’s helping us to understand particularly mental health problems and how to improve the mental health and well-being of all of us. What…

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How Are You?….Really?

     

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Surgeon To Entrepreneur – Medical Professionals Need To Diversify Income

Have you ever considered looking at a different income model? As healthcare professionals we generally work on an hourly rate, this means there will always be a glass ceiling on the earnings, as there are only so many hours in the day. What if I could show you another way, where earnings are unlimited. Here…

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Chapter 2: “You Are Normal” – What’s Next?

Chapter 2: “You Are Normal” – What’s Next? So you have been to your physician. He has run a battery of tests, and the results are back….”You are normal. There is nothing wrong with you,” he says with a smile. You are stunned. How could this be? Of course, you are glad that you do…

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Chapter 1: The First Step – Finding out if your Physician Finds Something Medically Wrong with You

Chapter 1: The First Step – Finding out if your Physician Finds Something Medically Wrong with You. If you are suffering from overwhelming fatigue, the first thing you should do is speak to your physician. There are many serious illnesses and conditions (physical and mental) where fatigue is one of the symptoms. Some of these…

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Burnout Intoduction

Introduction   Your alarm clock rings at 6:30 a.m. waking you from your slumber. You groggily hit the “Snooze” button on your clock, roll over, and look forward to another six to seven minutes of sleep before your alarm goes off again. After doing this a total of three times, you realize that you had…

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Stressed? Or Could You Be Burnt Out. Find Out Inside.

You know the feeling….Friday is finally here, and you feel like you did not accomplish everything you needed to get done at work that week. You have constantly been presented with demanding work situations, for which you have felt like you have had no control over. Your stress levels have been at higher-than-ever proportions. You…

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You DON’t See What I see!!

Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) is a serious mental disorder in which the person is preoccupied with some type of flaw that they perceive themselves to have. This flaw can either be minor or imaginary and often involves the skin, hair or nose. Individuals who suffer from body dysmorphic disorder may turn to cosmetic surgery in…

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What Is Occupational Health?

Tool Box Talk /Newsletter   What is Occupational Health? Occupational Health is a specialist discipline of the medical profession. Normally lead by registered nurses with a specialist qualification, also referred to as Occupational Health Advisors (OHA). OHA’s work closely with health and safety, managers and the HR dept, but in some respects are a stand…

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